Bele holige or bele obbattu or pooran poli recipe explained with step by step pictures and a quick video. This is a tasty and easy holige or obbattu recipe. Bele holige or bele obbattu is prepared on ugadi festival and on all other special occasions. This is a Karnataka style holige or obbattu recipe.
Bele holige or bele obbattu is prepared using chana dal or toor dal. "Bele" translates to dal in Kannada language. In Karnataka bele holige recipe varies from region to region. Some will use chana dal, some will use toor dal, some will use wheat flour, some will use maida, some will use fine rava, some will pat it, some will roll it, some will use jaggery, some will use sugar, some will make it thick, some will make it thin...like this the list goes on. Even the stuffing is prepared in different ways. I have explained here one easy way, which you can follow easily and enjoy tasty holige or obbattu.holige or obbattu recipe using wheat flour recipe for the same. But to get the authentic taste I would suggest using maida or all purpose flour. Samething I have said earlier in my Kayi holige or coconut poli post.
In Karanataka, holige or obbattu is prepared on all special occasions. Especially during Ugadi festival across many regions of Karnataka. So I am posting this recipe ahead of Ugadi festival next week.
If you are looking for more sweet recipes then do check our rave unde or rava laddu, badam puri recipe, halu bai, Carrot badam payasa, pineapple payasa, mungdal payasa, Shavige payasa, hurigadale unde or fried gram laddu, kesari bath, easy carrot halwa, easy milk peda and coconut burfi recipes. I have made a quick video on this, which I have embedded below. Please have a look.
Preparation time: 30 min
Cooking time: 30 min
Serves: 7 - 8 no
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